AT&T launches a trial program to test out its enhanced push-to-talk feature for mobile field service workers.
Sprint Nextel is taking the first steps toward finally shedding the Nextel iDEN network, which has been nothing but a financial and operational drain on the company.
T-Mobile USA and Sprint Nextel want the FCC to stop the clock on its examination of the $3.6 billion deal between Verizon and the cable companies.
Select models of the iPad compatible with AT&T's 4G LTE network have seen their ship date moved back by three days.
AT&T's throttling policy is definitely not consumer-friendly, but in this edition of Ask Maggie, I explain why it's better than the previous policy.
The company's planned move to LTE could make it a lot easier for Apple's next iPhone to to run on its network, although Clearwire CEO Eric Prusch was silent on whether that would be the case.
The search giant doesn't say why it wants to get out of Clearwire, but it might have something to do with Clearwire's recent funding troubles and perceived weakness.
Using your cell phone overseas isn't cheap. This edition of Ask Maggie offers some advice to help keep the costs down.
AT&T is launching a new home monitoring and automation service to help reduce energy usage, and it's will soon rate the environmental impact of devices it sells for its network.
T-Mobile plans to invest $4 billion to upgrade its network and roll out 4G LTE, and its CEO will focus on improving the brand and customer satisfaction. But deep challenges remain.